Thursday, June 26, 2008
No one knows better than the police which tricks criminals are using to prey on unsuspecting tourists. Here's their advice for nine tourist spots.
YOU TELL US
We've already received a lot of responses, but we want to be sure to get it right. So, tell us where to eat, shop, play, and stay (and include any related photos!). From the break of dawn until you shut down the joint, how do you make every second count in Santa Fe, N.M.?
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and tell us your idea for a story. The trip can be anywhere in the U.S., but you have to be able to complete it in four days. And we want you to be creative—find a unique part of the country to explore or give us an interesting angle. Submissions must be received by July 1, and if yours is chosen, you'll have to be able to travel by the end of August.
THE REAL DEALS
A wide range of experiences await—bottle your own wine or sample local pinot noirs, hike the foothills of Mount Rainier, attend a festival, or simply enjoy the beach, from $89.
why it's a deal
Airfare and seven nights at a resort on St. Thomas, one of the three U.S. Virgin Islands—a first-rate destination for sailing, scuba diving, and duty-free shopping—from $852.
why it's a deal
Try a nine-night safari tour that takes you from Nairobi to the Masai Mara plains, with stops at Samburu, Mount Kenya, and Nakuru and Naivasha lakes. Rates include airfare, meals, transfers, and guided sightseeing, and start at $2,999.
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